Grief Like No Other: Surviving the Violent Death of Someone You Love


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Published USA, 2006
Violent death - which includes suicide, drug overdose, and death by vehicular homicide and drunk drivers - brings to survivors a different kind of grief. From intense feelings of guilt, anger and PTSD, those left behind in the wake of violence have to contend with unique circumstances that are different from a natural death. In the aftermath of her son`s murder, Kathleen O`Hara developed the seven-stage journey that is at the heart of this book. O`Hara offers concrete, practical and compassionate steps for those who are grieving, allowing family and friends safe passage through this harrowing journey.

Cope realistically with feelings of guilt, terror, anger and anxiety
Develop inner resources and a support network essential to survival
Find real answers to the most difficult question: How do I go on after losing someone I love to violence?

Kathleen O'Hara is a therapist in private practice in Philadelphia, USA.
Paperback. 222 pages

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